Internships Available

It’s been awhile since we’ve had summer internships available, mostly because it’s depressing to train someone on a short-term basis, bring them up to speed, and then lose them just a few months later.  But the Booklog cataloging project is ripe for college student summer work, and we’re still working on the original inventory, so there’s lots to do.

We are now accepting resumes for part-time, temporary workers interested in learning a bit more about the book business.  Chief jobs will be cataloging our inventory with our Booklog software.  But, as a small indie business, you’ll need to be a jack-of-all-trades to some degree, so customer service and cashier skills are also required.  Event planning and management could use some help, and website knowledge or book binding skills are always a plus.  What are your special skills?  Talk it up.

Positions may vary between 20-35 hours per week, with a commensurate pay scale of $9-12 per hour.  Some evening and weekend hours are required.  Interviews will include a literary test, a typing test, a ladder and box-carrying demonstration, and short answers on various other job aspects.  Please forward your resume and letter of interest to [email protected].  Many thanks!

About Harriett

Harriett started Loganberry Books in 1994, acknowledging that what she liked best about perpetual school was the physical objects called books. Her personal biblio interests range from Robert Lawson to Virginia Woolf and various and asundry illustrated editions of Alice in Wonderland and old lepidoptera.
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